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Bailey v. West

105 R.I. 61, 249 A.2d 414 (1969)

tl;dr: The defendant bought a lame horse; the horse was left with a farm owner who cared for the horse for four years and said the defendant was liable for costs. The defendant was not held liable because he did not form an implied contract with the farm owner.

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Facts:Howard Bailey (plaintiff) alleged that Richard West (defendant) was indebted...

Holding:The court agrees with West’s contention that the trial judge...

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